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tom: right now, the first presidential debate just wrapped up. the heated exchanges with the election just over a month away. >> by the end of the evening, i will be blamed for everything. >> why not? tom: more skimming devices were found in theni you fill up at the pump. >> little shocked they have not put a ban in yet. reporter: the new process tom: the new protections the city is taking to prevent the draft. mike: other rain chances later this week. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur nine news tonight.
commitment 2016. the first presidential debate of the election season turned heated quickly over trade deals. >> is it president obama's fault? is it president obama's fault? >> there are different views about what is good for our country, our economy, and our leadership in the world. tom: good evening. these candidates. sally kidd is outside the debate hall tonight with some of the heated exchanges. sally: hillary clinton and donald trump hit the debate stage locked in a dead heat in national polls and tonight's matchup was a chance to try to shake things up. a highly anticipated showdown. >> donald, it is good to be with you. sally: the candidates kicking
sally: it only took 15 minutes for the gloves to come off. over trade. each candidate trying to knock the other off their game. >> join the debate by saying more crazy things. >> a typical politician. sally: the candidates disagreeing over how to combat terrorism. >> at combat terrorism. sally: and how to heal the racial divide. >> we have to work with the police to help them understand and respect the communities. >> secretary clinton does not want to use the words of law and order. sally: and on the question of when he will release his tax return?
sally: it must be something important or even terrible he is trying to hide. what about the e-mails? >> i take responsibility for that. sally: the debates format -- the debate format gave plenty of time for back and forth with the moderator, lester holt staying pretty much out of the way. tom: the granite state. mike pence held a rally in milford this afternoon. his fourth trip to new hampshire since joining the donald trump ticket. he says he feels the republican party is coming together at the right time. >> until recently, it seemed he was out there fighting all on his own. the movement is coming together.
on message with the promise of a stronger economy and military saying hillary clinton personified the status quo. the clinton and donald trump are expected to make stops in the granite state this week. clinton will be here for a rally at unh on wednesday with bernie sanders. emil trump will be at the new hampshire's sports in bedford on thursday. we are still awaiting the autopsy results of the claremont and the attorney general's office is investigating the deadly shooting. police responded to congress state sunday morning and were confronted by woody lafond. he was shot and killed by police. luckily, no officers were hurt in the incident. salem police are putting out a warning for anyone that filled up at two gas stations in town after skimming devices were found on four pumps.
with how dangerous these devices can be. kristen: these devices have the ability to clone your credit card information and steal your identity. salem police are looking into surveillance footage to see who is responsible for installing these skimmers. when you pull up to a gas station, you expect to get your tank filled but police say criminals added something to four pounds in goal of emptying your wallet. >> employees doing checks of the equipment noticed the devices. kristen: two stations were hit, one in south broadway and dusty citgo. >> we do not know how long they have been there. kristen: the owner at dusty's would not go on camera but she told us that pump four had been down for about a week.
technician came to work on it. police say these types of cases are hard to solve. >> it will be hard to put a stop to it because it is tough to monitor every single place. kristen: one of several security expert says paying attention every time you fill up can keep you from coming -- from becoming a victim. >> if you pull on the edge of the device,nd the atm machine, it is most likely a scammer. it should be else into the device. kristen: for added protection, he says choose to run your card as credit and not debit and use pounds closer to the cashier because they are more closely watched leaving you protected with both your tank and wallet full. salem police do not know how long the skimmers had been at
have filled up at either of these stations, you should be looking at your account carefully. tom: good tips. chester, new hampshire, route 102 just reopening after a serious crash. two vehicles that were heavily damaged were just removed from the scene. there is no word of the severity of the crash. a beautiful fall day after a chilly start to the day. take a look outside at record low set this morning. right now, if the five degrees. mike haddad is here on when we can expect some rain. mike: right on our doorstep. as we go through tonight, clouds will be building and showers are possible. warmer this hour than it was last night due to the clouds moving in and a light wind out of the southerly direction. the next front is producing
they are fairly scattered, so there is not a lot of beneficial rain unfortunately but in terms of the timeline, lowering clouds and the rain will start to fall by the commute. but at the end of the commute, the showers will be shifting. when will the clouds part for sunshine and what about a warm-up for tomorrow? straight ahead. tom: in the wake of the drought conditions, and chest or is joining other communities in its effort to conserve water. they are asking people to restrict voluntarily their water use outside. mike cronin has more. mike: if this was a few months ago, i would be standing in several feet of water. this historic drought has led to water levels much lower than normal. including this lake that
ernesto had heard about the low levels of water that he wanted to see it for himself. >> it is pretty astonishing. >> we are never able to get this far down. mike: the lake supplies manchester waterworks, the states largest water supply system, serving 160,000 in the city and surrounding communities. while not restriction, the board of water commissioners are now asking people to voluntarily limit their outdoor water use. >> it is important to conserve water and not be wasteful. mike: the city says the lake's water level is four feet below normal. but officials say the supply is not a critical level to prompt more serious restrictions. they are asking people to reduce
off your automatic irrigation systems. mike: city leaders are as -- are also asking people to conserve water indoors. >> people are cooperative. mike: the developments do not come as a surprise to the people in manchester. >> i was a little shocked that they did not do this earlier. >> a little disappointing. mike: manchester waterworks will not ruling out any mandatory restrictions if the trend continues. or now, they are asking people to be smart in hopes that the water level returns to normal by the spring. tom: drought conditions are raising the concern about fire danger. according to the state division of forest and lance, outdoor fires are banned in nine communities. kensington is the latest to join the list.
drying of the ponds that supply the fire department. >> this time of year, they may be burning yard debris. it is also the time of year when it is nice to sit outside and enjoy the cool, fall air by the fireplace. they are asking for those activities to stop. tom: lake winnipesaukee, nearly two feet below what is considered a full lis trying to winterize thousands of votes. people can -- thousands of boats. they cannot get their boats off the list and have to drag them through mud to get them ready for the winter. >> we had a customer call that had a boat up on a boat lift. he cannot get it off the lift
boat bummer. a gunman shot and killed in texas. what we know tonight about the man accused of shooting and passing -- at passing cars. tonight, the fire department and ems crews are recognized for their work in fighting the opioid crisis. mike: showers early tor we will look at the timeline. tom: and now, a look at our ulocal hotshot. it was a cool, crisp morning in
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republicans voted 6 different times to defund planned parenthood. they're on a crusade to block services new hampshire women and families depend on: cancer screenings, birth control, basic women's healthcare. kelly ayotte and washington republicans have put defunding planned parenthood and it's time for that to change. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. vo: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she'sn squarely with donald trump: trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded.
and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: ...there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. vo: ayotte and trump: wrong for new hampshire women. senate majority
pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. tom: the investigation of a shooting spree in texas this morning. the gunmen started shooting at passing cars in houston. nine people were injured before police killed him. officers found more weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition in his car. >> it has numerous weapons. we are bringing in the bomb squad to secure the site. once we have done that, we will also secure the suspect's apartment.
identified the suspect or his mode of that they say he has a lawyer who has issues with his law firm and lived in the neighborhood. special honors for heroes including firefighters and ems who were recognized for going beyond the call of duty. including putting their lives at risk for others. jean mackin brings us some of the many stories of bravery being told tonight. >> the company. men and women who considered coverage part of the job. like the firefighters who pulled a woman from the fast and frigid waters of the merrimack river in february include -- in front of our camera. the metals of valor for the firefighters who rescued a person from a balcony with flames around them and a melting
life-saving service to another individual. >> having him here is the best reward anyone could ask for. >> just one of the rewards goes to the manchester fire department and american medical response for their response and efforts against the opioid crisis. responding to overdoses at an alarming rate. establishing safe stations for immediate help and sweeping parks for used needles. >> they are on the front line of dealing with the crisis. >> it is a statewide problem but here in manchester we came together as a team with the community. >> their ways it -- there was a moment to honor the firefighters
and all first responders. tom: we salute them all. mike: we do. tom: that is one of the greatest award ceremonies through the course of the year. we do have some rain coming. mike: we emphasize a little bit of rain but every little bit helps. take a look at some timeline photos at newfoundland lake. -- at newfound lake. coming off of the warmer lakes. and a nice sunset in a few spots. we are seeing the clouds lowering. we did not see them last night and with light winds and cool air in place, temperatures were down to 32 in concord, the coldest since last may. we did not get below the freezing mark. you have to go back to april to find out when that happened
north woods. temperatures dipping below freezing in manchester and along the coast. despite that, 38 broke a record in portsmouth. much more mild this evening. even though we had sprinkles up north, nothing much happening in burma. you have to go back to new york state to get in on -- nothing much happening in vermont. state to see some showers. statewide, compared to this time last night, we are 13 degrees warmer in laconia. 13 degrees warmer than it was this time last night. take a look at jaffrey, 17 degrees warmer. much more mild because of the clouds and the southerly winds.
the next few days, test opportunity starts after midnight and last through the morning commute with a band of showers building in from the west. once that clears, we are in the clear for partly sunny skies for tuesday, late morning and afternoon. rain marching in and will be steady for a couple of hours. we will start to see developing sunshine by late morning. west and in the afternoon, elsewhere. around northeast dragging in low-level moisture and maybe a light shower. not much in the way of beneficial rain from the cloud cover but it will keep us much cooler with the onshore wind. tomorrow, once we get the set up -- the son of, temperatures will respond nicely. here we go into a much cooler wednesday. winds onshore.
partial sun but the thicker cloud cover the further south and east you go, we could have drizzle. late thursday, through early monday, there is a chance some showers could build in from time to time. this will not be a steady rain maker from thursday through sunday, we are not expecting a lot of beneficial rain but it does look unsettled and cooler. this in a long time. tom: let us head over to jason king. jason: the red sox have the night off but the celtics are
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>> now, jason king and news nine sports. jason: the miami marlins were back on the field tonight hosting the mets. every player and coach or the number 16 honoring close a fernandez who was killed in a boating accident sunday morning. as for the game itself, d gordon hit a leadoff home miami and the place went nuts. it was an emotional time for gordon, the players, and the marlins went on to win, 7-3. the red sox have the night off. they have won 11 straight games and have clinched a playoff spot. now they are playing for a division title and home field advantage. the yankees took on the blue jays. this thing got ugly early on
starter each hit a batter causing the benches to be cleared. everyone went crazy. the yankees had a few folks ejected including the manager but in the end, they played they spot and the yankees went on to win, 7-5. the blue jays not helping their own cause in the race for the division title. it is al t media day today. boston had a great run last year but lost in the first run of the playoffs. they have some great young players like marcus smart and isaiah thomas. many think that their success was ahead of schedule and they hope the addition of guys like al orford could help them take the next -- al horford could help them take the next step.
i want to be able to come in and help our team grow. get acclimated as fast as i can and help us be a better team. jason: high school field hockey today. this was hollis brookline hosting so he can. sabres get on the road first. -- sabres get on the board first. mackenzie robinson bats loose ball, 1-0. the cavaliers had their chances but could not break through and selke he can wins, 2-0. central and memorial at gill stadium. memorials sydni with a chance for the crusaders. the freshman gets a shot off but it is turned away. central with the corner, the blast from the line is redirected by annie into the back of the net.
the boston bruins have signed forward brad marchand to an eight year, $49 million contract extension. he has played all of his seven nhl seasons with the bruins. he could have become an unrestricted free agent next summer had they not aid the deal. by all accounts, the turnout for the new hampshire tackles hunger was great this past 27 schools hosting collection sites on friday and saturday. so far, around 4500 pounds of food has been collected with more than $3000 collected in cash. the food drive continues this weekend with 14 more home teams participating. eight on friday and six on saturday. to find out if your school is participating, go to our website. tom: a great program.
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when i first found out that carl had been using heroin on and off for a year. i immediately thought not my son. i found him in his bathroom with a syringe still in his hand annie kuster is leading the fight regarding this opioid epidemic. she's trying to do everything she can to get laws changed. so this doesn't happen again. she's definitely a leader. i just love annie. i'm annie kuster and i approved this message. my prescription costs keep going up. it's more expensive every year. it would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada.
and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
happen to fall on a day that marks a key moment in presidential history. 56 years ago today, the first ever televised presidential debate was held. vice president richard nixon and challenger john f kennedy debated in chicago. an estimated 80 million viewers watched. many may remember nixon's appearance, he was recovering from the flu and looked sweaty tv made a difference, people who watched the debate picked kennedy as the winner while people who listened to it on the radio named nick's in as the winner. and everything was in black and white back then. weather is coming up. a little bit of rain. mike: we may pick up about a quarter inch of rain tomorrow morning. we have a couple more chances
there's a reason cnbc named new hampshire the most business friendly state in the nation: maggie hassan's approach to innovation and business development. controlling spending. smart investments in education. and hassan's balanced budget was a bi-partisan "compromise" the telegraph said "worked." cutting taxes for
small businesses. targeting millions to fight the opioid crisis. all with no income or sales tax. working across party lines is how maggie hassan makes new hampshire work for us. i'm maggie hassan
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